Historical Studies

 

Throughout history there have been many studies presented by various people that we believe to be worthy of preservation. The studies have insights that we're sure you will find interesting and worthwhile. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do! If you have recommended additions you feel would be beneficial to others by all means contact us and let us know. We would be happy to add them provided there are no copyright violations.

 

Historical Studies
A Critical History of Trinitarianism  Levi Leonard Paine (1900)
The Corruptions of the New Testament H.L. Hastings (1884)
Book of Enoch R.H. Charles (1917)
On The Reading “Only-Begotten God,” In John 1:18 Ezra Abbot (1861)

On Monogenes Theos - Two Dissertations

Fenton John Anthony Hort (1876)
One God In One Person Only John Sherman (1805)
Reasons for Not Believing Doctrines of Trinitarians Andrews Norton (1859)
The Greek Word Aionios Does Not Mean Forever John Wesley Hanson (1875)
Civil Government James M. WIlson (1853)
Woe Unto You Lawyers! Fred Rodell (1939)

 

 

Historical Studies

 

Throughout history there have been many studies presented by various people that we believe to be worthy of preservation. The studies have insights that we're sure you will find interesting and worthwhile. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do! If you have recommended additions you feel would be beneficial to others by all means contact us and let us know. We would be happy to add them provided there are no copyright violations.

 

Historical Studies
A Critical History of Trinitarianism  Levi Leonard Paine (1900)
The Corruptions of the New Testament H.L. Hastings (1884)
Book of Enoch R.H. Charles (1917)
On The Reading “Only-Begotten God,” In John 1:18 Ezra Abbot (1861)

On Monogenes Theos - Two Dissertations

Fenton John Anthony Hort (1876)
One God In One Person Only John Sherman (1805)
Reasons for Not Believing Doctrines of Trinitarians Andrews Norton (1859)
The Greek Word Aionios Does Not Mean Forever John Wesley Hanson (1875)
Civil Government James M. WIlson (1853)
Woe Unto You Lawyers! Fred Rodell (1939)